Collateral Kindness

Collateral Kindness : The True Story of an Army Interrogator in Iraq

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Collateral Kindness is the gripping, heartwarming story of US Army interrogator Paul Holton's soul-searching personal battles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Every day, Paul faced down his enemies, but when he had to face a suffering Iraqi child behind ashow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 10.16mm | 272.15g
  • Plain Sight
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1462110967
  • 9781462110964
  • 1,479,777

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"There is a personal side to the war in Iraq...the US military were successful in breaking through language and cultural barriers with the Iraqi people and accomplished so much good..." This is one man's AMAZING story! You will be spell-bound as you read the incredible story of Paul Holton and his time in Iraq. Driven to find a purpose for being there Paul found a way to touch the hearts of the people. Seeing one little girl in need Paul handed her a stuffed animal... From that day forward Paul found great joy in giving to the people of Iraq, especially the children. With this desire he started Operation Give. Learning of his stories of kindness from his blog, people from all over started to send him toys and other supplies for him to deliver. Read of the places he visited, the conditions he found, and the lives he touched. Amid the front lines and bombing raids this man found peace and hope for a people he came to love. This book is SO WORTH READING! PHENOMENAL! HEART-TOUCHING!show more
by Shauna Wheelwright
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